Peter and John are called before the Sanhedrin to explain the healing of the crippled man and their teaching in the name of Jesus. Peter and John boldly confront the Sanhedrin, bearing witness to the Truth. God is working out His plan to spread the Gospel and grow His church. Part of God’s plan is for believers to be His witnesses, starting in Jerusalem, and now all around the world.
In the name of Jesus miracles occur! What does it mean to have faith in His “name?” And how are we expected to participate in His miraculous power of healing extended towards us?
What is a “normal” Christian life? We turn to Acts 2:42-47 to see what normal life was like for the very first Christians. How “normal” is your life as a follower of Jesus?
At the very first church service in history, the Apostle Peter preached the sermon that is the bedrock of our faith, the unstoppable message that defines what Christianity is. Let’s dig into Acts 2:14-41 and find out what that rock is on which Christ built His church.
What do you do while you’re waiting on God’s next move? We dive into Acts 1:12-26 to get wisdom from God’s Word about how to wait productively.
How did Christianity go from a movement started by Jesus and a handful of disciples to over 2.3 billion people who identify as Christians today? We begin a new series through the Book of Acts, which shows just how this whole “Christianity” thing started.
Baptism is one of those weird traditions in church. And what makes it confusing is that it seems like every church does it just a little differently. What is baptism, why do we get baptized, and why does LakeView practice baptism the way we do? Pastor Andy concludes our series, Weird Things Christians Do.